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SE5 Forum for Camberwell – Feel Good Festival

  • Start: 25th June, 2022 @ 12:00AM
  • End: 30th July, 2022 @ 12:00AM
  • Se5 Forum Stall - Camberwell Green

SE5 Forum for Camberwell has launched a free health and wellbeing festival for mental and physical health for all the family on Camberwell Green. 

The free Feel Good Festival will run every Saturday from 25 June-30 July from 10am-1pm. It will offer free health and wellbeing sessions and activities, including exercise, music, food, creative fun and mindful activites for all the community. There will also be free NHS mini health-checks on two of the Saturdays.

Everyone is welcome. No need to book, just turn up.


Saturday 16th July: MUSIC with drop-in sessions for parents with child psychologist Dr Jen Wills Lamacq, Margaret’s Music – Kids’ singing workshop with South London Songsters, EasyGym fitness class and free gym passes, Salsation with Rebeca Italiani, Skating for beginners with Landshark.

Saturday 23rd July: FOOD with Nutrition & Caribbean fermentation workshop with Jasmine Carbon, Pop up Pantry and Food Workshop with Healthy Living Platform, West African Feast with Spring Community Hub, Fitness with BizzyIzzy, Get Fit & Do Good with GoodGym Southwark, Nikcarl Mckenzie’s comic drawing workshop.

Saturday 30th July: EXERCISE with Yoga with Mistercollieman, Self-defence with Vegan Special Forces, Whole Body Workout with Alex Naylor, Salsation with Rebeca Italiani, Nikcarl Mckenzie’s kids’ skate workshop, Mini health checks and Covid-19 vaccination at the Partnership Southwark health and wellbeing tent.

The programme is the brainchild of local parent Shazna Choudhry. She was moved by the impact of COVID on her community. Shazna says: “When lockdown hit, I saw the loneliness of my elderly neighbours, the isolation of  our children, the difficulty of accessing health care. Now post-COVID, it is wonderful to see the community coming together in our Feel Good Festivalto improve everyone’s wellbeing.”

Shazna joined the board of community organisation SE5 Forum, who backed the Feel Good Festival as did Partnership Southwark, MIND and the Bethlem Gallery at the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and many local activity leaders and practitioners, who are offering their services for free.

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